The 7th in the Aviation in Canada series by Larry Milberry. This is the story of how Canadian Aviation Electronics, founded in 1947, grew into today's vast CAE Inc. With the advent of the Avro CF-100 in 1950, CAE gambled by entering the unknown - the world of flight simulation. With this success, they designed many simulators for various training programs for the Argus, CF-104, and jetliners such as the DC-9 and L-1011.
This book covers each era of the company's development in detail. While most know of the development of such companies as Avro, Canadair, DeHavilland Canada and Pratt & Whitney - this covers some of the technology industry to help round out the aviation sector.